High School News
High honors go to M-P FFA members
Four members of the Madison-Plains FFA earned their American Degrees, one of the organization’s highest honors. 
FFA students test food science and technology knowledge
On Nov. 13, 2014 the Madison-Plains FFA Chapter attended district food science competition at Urbana High School and earned fifth place. The Food Science and Technology Career Development Event CDE is designed to promote learning activities in food science and technology related to the food industry and to assist students in developing practical knowledge of principles used in a team decision-making process.  
FFA sweeps District 6 South Sub-District Parliamentary Procedure competition
The Madison-Plains FFA chapter will send two teams to the district-level Parliamentary Procedure competition in December after a first place finish by each in a recent contest, which encourages students to learn to effectively participate in a business meeting and to assist in the development of their leadership, research and problem-solving skills. 
Board sets eligibility requirements
The eligibility policy adopted by the Board of Education this month sets a clear standard for all students who participate in extracurricular activities. Those in grades 9-12 who carry less than a 1.5 GPA on a 4.0 scale or who receive more than one failing grade in the previous grading period will not be offered the privilege of participation. 
Extra! Extra! Community fliers now online!
A new section featuring community-wide events and information has been added to the district's website. The M-P Fliers Community Connect page -- available from the Parents and Community tabs -- will serve as a repository for all of the requests the district receives throughout the year to distribute materials to students and their families. Subscribers to the page will receive notifications through an RSS feed. The online clearinghouse creates a streamlined resource for parents and other members of the community. 
MPHS Daily Announcements
November Announcements
25th – Student Council Blood Drive
26th – NO SCHOOL
27th – NO SCHOOL
28th – NO SCHOOL

1ST – NO SCHOOL – Teacher In-Service
2nd - Sophomore Class to Tolles
3rd – ACT Boot Camp- London High School- 8:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.
18th – Semester Exams – periods 1, 2, 3, and 4
High School Winter Concert – 7:00 p.m.
19th – Semester Exams – periods 5, 7, 8, and 9
22nd through Jan. 2nd – NO SCHOOL - WINTER BREAK
(school resumes Jan. 5th )

1. SCHOOL FEES- High School fees for the 2014-2015 school are $55.00. Payments can be made on
EZ-Pay or at the High School office.
2. DRIVING PERMIT- Any student driving to school must obtain a driving permit. This is considered a
co-curricular activity and you must follow those guidelines. You must be drug tested. Pick up an
application on the wall outside the office window. Return it with a $5.00 registration fee to the office
and receive your tag. You must purchase your permit by Oct. 8.
3. CIVICS-ENGLISH II STUDENTS FUNDRAISER- will begin on Oct. 6. Students will be selling
Entertainment Books to help fund their New York trip. The cost of each book is $30. See any Civics-
English II student to purchase one.
4. SENIORS- Please stop in the office as soon as possible and see Tammy Quire to verify your name
for your diploma. This is very important!
5. ATTENTION SENIORS- The final day to place your cap, gown, and graduation announcement
order is Friday, Dec. 12. All orders must be received by Jostens no later than Dec. 12 to receive the
Fall discount. You can place your order online at www.jostens.com or pick up an order form in the
O`ffice. If you have questions please call or email Jostens directly at krieroffice@jostens.com or
6. ACT BOOT CAMP- Madison-Plains High School is participating in a special ACT Test Prep Seminar Boot Camp designed to give you effective test taking and time management strategies to help boost your ACTperformance. The Boot Camp will be held on Dec. 3 at London High School. The cost is $45.00 which
includes 2 books for each participant, including 27 practice tests and a study guide. Please turn in your registration and money to Mrs. Quire as soon as possible.

Bell Schedule 12/18/2014 12/19/2014
7:50-9:00 1 5
9:02-10:12 2 7
10:14-11:24 3 8
11:26-12:36 4 9
12:36- 3:10 Make Up Make Up
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